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Urban Forestry Commission Meeting

All monthly meetings of the Urban Forestry Commission are open to the public and community involvement is encouraged.
9:30 am 11:30 am
Available Online

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Webinar ID: 927 7901 6785

Password: 797544

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The meeting will be held primarily in person at the following location: 

Portland Building, Room 216 (2nd floor)

1120 SW 5th Ave., Portland, OR

Participation over Zoom is also available.

Providing Public Comment

To provide comment at a UFC meeting, please complete the UFC Public Comment Sign-Up Form by 3pm the day before the meeting. 

The time allocated for public comments is limited to the first five minutes of the meeting. Members of the public who have signed up ahead of time will be given priority.


9:30 – 9:40: Public Comments

9:40 – 9:55: City Organization Update - PP&R Deputy Director Todd Lofgren

9:55 – 10:15: City Forester's Report - Jenn Cairo, City Forester

10:15 – 10:55: Urban Forestry 2024-25 Budget - Jenn Cairo & Bob Del Gizzi

10:55 – 11:00 UFC Liaison to PP&R Budget Advisory Committee

11:00 – 11:25: Street Tree Inventory Update - Nik Desai & Biz Miller

11:25 – 11:30: Future Agenda Items


Tree Inventory Project

Conflict of Interest Policy: Members of City advisory bodies are public officials, based on State law ORS 244.020(15), and as such are required to disclose conflicts of interest. Under Oregon Revised Statute 244.020(3), an appointee has conflict of interest when participating in an official action which could or would result in a financial benefit or avoidance of detriment to the public official, a relative of the public official, or a business with which either is associated.